A cordless guitar and exploration of hair dye top the charts at The Big Bang London

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Over 70 student projects were on show at The Big Bang Fair London, 3 July, full of exciting ideas and interesting STEM. It was a hard choice for the judges but the winners were announced at the award ceremony hosted by The Gadget Show’s Ortis Deley.


Creativity Prize Sponsored by CREST	
Cordless electric guitar with an inbuilt amp and accessories: Kings Canterbury

Real-world Context Prize Sponsored by CREST
Beauty and the BEES (Pollinate the Planet): The Ursuline Academy Ilford


Young Engineer for Britain Engineering Excellence Award 	
Wooden crane: Dunraven School

Young Engineer for Britain Autodesk Award for Excellence in Digital Design

Cordless electric guitar with an inbuilt amp and accessories: Kings Canterbury


IOP Award for Practical Project Work: Junior Prize
Energy transfers in chain reactions: Villiers High School
Does your choice of hair dye matter?: Maria Fidelis Convent School Lower School
IOP Award for Practical Project Work: Intermediate Prize
RFID Crack Detector: St. Paul's Girls' School


National Science + Engineering Finalists
What goes into your mouth: The Godolphin and Latymer School
Sit-Stand Desk: Oakham School
Cordless electric guitar with an inbuilt amp and accessories: Kings Canterbury
Beauty and the BEES (Pollinate the Planet): The Ursuline Academy Ilford
RFID Crack Detector: St. Paul's Girls' School
Does your choice of hair dye matter?: Maria Fidelis Convent School Lower School
Baby Bottle Warmer: Oakham School
21st Century Science: Amersham School
Colours in Nature- Deceptive Drinks: Little Heath School
Mars micro rover: Harris Academy Greenwich
Perpetual Motion Marble Machine: Stratford School